This concept is called Print Clay Humidifier and can be created through 3D printing using recycled ceramic powder. This non-electric humidifier is made up of two main parts. The upper part is the one where water is absorbed and then it evaporates it. The lower part is where you pour and store the water and it is glazed on the outside. The structure was created in a way that you do not need to separate it and it can be printed in just one piece. Read More.
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